juliamhammond

A round up of some of my latest work

It’s been a busy time recently, working on lots of different projects. I try to keep an up to date list on my website http://www.juliahammond.co.uk but I thought it might be a good idea to post some links here too.

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I’ve written a number of articles for this excellent website and it’s really good to have an outlet for some narrative driven pieces rather than factual blogs. If you haven’t had a look, then I’d recommend you have a browse. To get you started, here’s a piece on Cusco:
http://etrip.tips/falling-in-love-with-cusco/

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Camping and Caravanning Club of Great Britain

Closer to home, the Camping and Caravanning Club commissioned a series of blog posts covering a variety of British cities.  It took a while for them to go live but they’re now all up.  You’ll find the likes of Norwich, York, Manchester and Oxford but here’s one on London:
http://www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/blog/2016/december/camp-near-london-and-use-our-handy-city-break-guid/

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Sunday Times Travel Magazine

Following a string of rejected pitches, I finally managed to get an idea accepted by the Sunday Times Travel Magazine after snagging the £342 business class error fare to New York last year.  I’ve pitched a second idea which may or may not be a follow up piece, but we’ll just have to wait and see.  In the meantime, here’s the piece that made the cut in the March 2017 edition:

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Go4Travel

The excellent Go4Travel continues to be a satisfied client and I’m delighted that they accept my work on a regular basis.  Alongside my regular articles on New Zealand, I write on places I’m currently visiting, so most recently, I’ve had blogs published on Puerto Rico following a most enjoyable trip there last month.  A round up of most of the articles can be accessed via this link:
http://www.go4travelblog.com/authors/juliahammond/

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Coming soon

Towards the end of last year, I submitted a piece to the Essex Belongs To Us initiative and learned in December that my short article on what it’s been like to move to Salcott had been accepted for their anthology.  It’s due to be published in March and launched at the Essex Book Festival which sadly I won’t be able to attend as I’ll be off travelling.  There should be news here in the near future if you’d like a copy:
https://essexbelongstous.org/

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